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An image of a gym-goer's seemingly backwards feet has confused the internet.
An event celebrating Pasifika culture sees dozens of families coming together.
A decade later and the man behind it all still won't take credit for the largest car festival Taranaki has seen.
Pineapple on pizza was created in Canada, the country's prime minister says.
If you thought putting off marriage was the best plan, you may want to think again.
Natural medicines do not face the same regulatory scrutiny as pharmaceuticals - are they really that effective?
Two architects have slotted their new home into a very narrow space between high-rise apartments, and it's very cool.
OPINION: It's not hard to get your grown-up kids to leave home. What's hard is getting their stuff to leave.
From botox to special diets, we look at exactly what it takes to get our most loved celebs red-carpet ready.
If you work in law and finance, don't be surprised if your eyes glaze over on a daily basis.
Theatre reviewer refuses to rate play about murderer, saying it "reinforces discrimination, racism and hatred".
Exercise is meant to make us hot-blooded, but too much of it can sap our sex drive, a new study has found.
5 of the most common pitfalls to avoid in order to take better care of your bed linen.
A beautiful outdoor living area with a fireplace will lengthen your time spent outdoors.
Karl Lagerfeld claims Streep backed out from wearing a customised gown because Chanel would not pay her to wear it.
Ladies, this is the bizarre period product you've been waiting for.
When the going gets tough, the award-winning novelist puts on her apron and gets busy.
The Drents start digging and develop case of cold feet.
Get some fresh air and exercise, all while helping ensure cancer patients can access physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
For years, historical novelist Tanya Moir has hidden her second identity as romance writer Holly Ford. Now she is ready to celebrate her success.
Sow perennials, save seeds, plant winter veg and make more strawberry plants.
Wellington brewery ParrotDog are poised to break out of their restrictive cage/kennel.
From the sweet to savoury, cheese to chocolate, Liz Carlson devours cakes in the name of research.
This outdoor room proves that bold colour can be used to create a serene setting
The first time Amie Richardson was called "middle-aged", she was pregnant and 34. She cried.
Light, easy to make and bursting with coconut… That’s the way this chocolate-dipped cookie crumbles.
A Swedish town is considering giving people an hour off during the work week to have sex.
Dee Temple and her children have been waiting all year to wave their American flags.
Tackling the landscaping is an important aspect of creating our own space.
Online Nike ad that attempts to smash stereotypes about Arab women has stirred up controversy.